Tickets for 2022 FIFA World Cup In Qatar Have Gone On Sale

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is set to start in a little over 10 months when the best football players of different nations will go to Qatar to determine who will be the next champion. Recently, tickets for the event were made available to the general public, with prices varying depending on the category, game, and other factors.

Tickets for the Final Match of Qatar World Cup 2022 Range from $604 to $1,600

Al Wakrah Stadium in Qatar
Tickets for 2022 FIFA World Cup In Qatar Have Gone On Sale

Although the cost for the tickets for the final match of Qatar World Cup 2022 could seem costly, official tickets for the Super Bowl start at $5,950. According to a statement by the FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura, this World Cup will be for Qatar, the region, and the world. She also stated that the products launched by FIFA match its goal of bringing the game to as many fans around the world as possible.

Citizens of Qatar Will Be Able to Get Subsidized Tickets That Have Much Lower Prices

The price for tickets for Qatari residents is different because those are subsidized. Locals will be able to get tickets for just under $11, which is done to fill more seats at the stadiums for the tournament. People with disabilities can also get cheaper tickets. Fans will get the opportunity to purchase package deals that allow them to follow a chosen team throughout the entire tournament. There are also options for purchasing multiple tickets for different games that would take place in the same stadium.

A Qatari citizen in one of its stadiums
Tickets for 2022 FIFA World Cup In Qatar Have Gone On Sale

According to FIFA, visitors will have to follow the travel advice given by the Qatari authorities, and any special measures that may be in effect would be communicated before the start of the tournament. In her statement, Samoura also added that the World Cup would be a festival of football that will also let fans experience the rich history and culture of the region.

At the same time, many have raised questions about Qatar’s records of human rights issues, including some national teams that have expressed concerns and even staged protests during the qualifying rounds. According to the chief executive of the organizing committee for the tournament, Nasser Al Khater, Qatar would be tolerant and welcoming.